Mrs. Baird’s Ultimate Grill, marketed as the world’s largest grill, can cook 2,500 pounds of meat at one time, and those who ran the grill handed out free food to fans before the game Saturday.
Ever since MU’s victorious football season began, MU fans have become more and more devoted to the team, showing their school spirit before and after the games. Today, though, they’re up against the fans for the other team, who are known for their enthusiasm.
Older Tigers fans are afraid history may repeat itself this season for the MU football team.
The Missouri football team is looking to continue a notable season in its last game in Columbia of the 2007 season.
After losing a teammate, MU defensive lineman Lorenzo Williams still found the strength to lead his team.
When running back Tony Temple came to Missouri in 2004, he was one of the most hyped recruits in the country. Four years later, injuries and legal trouble have overshadowed his stellar play on the field. Now a senior, Temple will likely play his final game at Faurot Field on Saturday.
Chase Coffman, a 6-foot-6-inch, 245-pound tight end, describes his logic-defying leaps
Although Tigers sophomore wide receiver Jared Perry ranks seventh in receptions and is without a touchdown this season, his effort continues to impress his coaches.
In his four years as a starter on the offensive line, Missouri left tackle Tyler Luellen has earned the trust of his teammates as the blind-side protection for quarterback Chase Daniel.
Dennis Franchione dodged questions about his future as Texas A&M coach Tuesday and said reports about a negotiated contract buyout were untrue.
Ranked No. 6 in the BCS, the Missouri football team is competing against Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas for spots in the premiere January bowl games.
The Missouri football team climbed to No. 7 in the national rankings. The Tigers have plenty more to prove, though. Under Pinkel, the team is 8-13 in November.
Missouri improves to 8-1 for the first time in 38 years, and despite missing injured safety Pig Brown, the offense held the Buffaloes’ defense to 196 yards.
After Missouri failed to utilize wide receiver Will Franklin against Iowa State, his only two catches during Saturday’s game settled down the Tigers and silenced the crowd.
The 10-year-old Ralphie IV is just one of a long line of buffaloes that have been on display at Folson Field.
When the Missouri football team plays Colorado on Saturday night in Boulder, it will be facing a team with renewed vigor. After a rocky first year filled with growing pains, the Buffaloes have bought into second-year coach Dan Hawkins’ system.
Del Howard suddenly finds himself under the microscope as he takes the place of Pig Brown